Box arts are like buses. You wait, and then five show up at once. Yea.
Badboy Wario makes another showing on the Wii, this time in a side-scrolling 2D platformer with added motions, Wario Land: Shake it.
This is Fatal Frame IV, some kind of spooky adventure fresh out of Japan.
WILSON! I'M SORRY! ;_;. Lost in Blue: Shipwrecked lands you on a desert isle. Do you settle down for the long term or escape?
TNA iMPACT. Better buy this, dude on the cover looks angry.
Avatar: Into the Inferno. Angry bald Aang and his endless string of mediocre games.
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